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April 23rd, 2018

Illustrator Art Spiegelman at the AGO.

Art Spiegelman. Image by the AGO.

Want to know what’s happening in the world of art and culture? We’ve gathered some of the most interesting art news stories making the rounds at the AGO. From the strange to the inspired, here’s what’s fuelling our watercooler chatter:

Find out why “drawing is always a struggle” for artist Art Spiegelman (as we think back on our 2015 exhibition, Art Spiegelman’s CO-MIX: A Retrospective).

Do we need to separate art and architecture? This new building in Milan says we don’t.

What’s the best way to appreciate art? Artist Eduardo Navarro says, “Eat it.”

Don’t miss your chance to see Banksy (or at least, his Haight Street Rat) in Hamilton this June.

Artist Shary Boyle asks not what people can do for art, but what art can do for people.

If only all renovations revealed hidden troves of art, like this renovation in Idaho.

New York magazine art critic Jerry Saltz just won the Pulitzer Prize, prompting questions about why women art critics are rarely honoured in the same way.

Check out these creepily amazing sketches from Disney’s Haunted Mansion by artist Rolly Crump, which are up for auction (and giving us serious At Home with Monsters vibes).

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